More than half a year of corporate drama drew to a close on Sunday as Electronic Arts ended its quest to acquire "Grand Theft Auto" publisher Take-Two Interactive.
Considering the popularity, it's a shame Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi didn't do more with "Youssou Ndour" than make what often feels like an elaborate DVD extra.
A tragic accident in Turin's ThyssenKrupp steel factory is recounted from the survivors' p.o.v. in "The Germans' Factory."
Esoteric helmer Julio Bressane brings his singular, nutty vision to the story of an obsession in "The Herb of the Rat."
Mika Kaurismaki's "Three Wise Men" is quite reminiscent of John Cassavetes "Husbands," as accessorized with a Finnish twist.
Some of Danish cinema's leading lights try to illuminate the murky dramatics of "Fear Me Not."
OK as a mildly comic cross-country hymn to all things Canadian, "One Week" addresses its oft-repeated central question — "What would you do if you had one week to live?" — by giving us a protagonist…
"The Heroes from the Neighborhood" quietly and effectively spices up the sudser form.